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Different climate dials

This is a picture from Car & Drivers July article;



This one from netcarshow.com;


Different trims?

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This is a picture from Car & Drivers July article;



This one from netcarshow.com;


Different trims?
Yep.
upper is a touring model, lower is a GT (standard climate control.)
I'm wondering if you get those cool red panels on the console and door of the touring model whether or not you get synthetic leather or cloth. Probably not. Shame.




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Yep.
upper is a touring model, lower is a GT (standard climate control.)
I'm wondering if you get those cool red panels on the console and door of the touring model whether or not you get synthetic leather or cloth. Probably not. Shame.
In Australia top is Maxx and the bottom is an sTouring. Both obviously with the steering wheel on the wrong side!!
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Personally, I like the second set better. The first seems cheaper and dated.
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That first one is WAY too old school looking, not that it bothers me but that's what it is, one thing the CX-3 directly share with 90's Japanese cars.
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That first one is WAY too old school looking, not that it bothers me but that's what it is, one thing the CX-3 directly share with 90's Japanese cars.
It reminds me of the setup in my grandma's Miata from 1990. I love that car, but I expect a new vehicle to have an interior that doesn't remind me of an interior from 25 years ago.
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The knob design is of little importance to me, but I'm disappointed in what they do not control. The 3 in the same price range gets dual zone on the climate control models. Me and my wife want that to preserve peace in the cabin.



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The knob design is of little importance to me, but I'm disappointed in what they do not control. The 3 in the same price range gets dual zone on the climate control models. Me and my wife want that to preserve peace in the cabin.
Most likely due to the Mazda2 bones of the CX-3. Things like power seats are left out also.
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trim dependant no?
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The knob design is of little importance to me, but I'm disappointed in what they do not control. The 3 in the same price range gets dual zone on the climate control models. Me and my wife want that to preserve peace in the cabin.
Isn't going to push my decision one way or the other, but obviously the interior should look modern and not dated.
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